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 - as to embezzlement, stealing and "purloining...
as to embezzlement, stealing and "purloining "purloining a westficld bicycle. -. The follow ing no bill -was returned returned by the grand jury: Willie Quattlebauni and ..Willie Cannon, charged with violation of the liquor law, • Chief of Police (Continued from page one) Numbers of complaints ........ ^127 Cases turned over to Fj B. I. : * N. M. V. T. A...; .I.;;..... 5 Total amount of'cash fines $1,001.04 Monthly Statement Com. of Public Work* Jan. 1st—Bal. cash on hand .......I.... $ 2,761.90 Total receipts .-... 6,939.72 . , ?9,701.62 ' Disbursements' ' Total (lisbursnients .... 3,557.88 Balance cash'on hand 6,143.74 19,701.62 Monthly Statement • City of Aiken . - Jan Jan 1—Balance . $16,117.80 Total receipts 17,833.81 $33,95i:il Disbursements Total disbursements.... ,11,299.66- Balance cash on hand 22,651.45 $33,951.11 AIKEN BOY (Continued from page one) it is understood. The family lived in Aiken before before moving.to Trenton where Mr. Turner, Raymond's father, was employed on; ; the' William M. Bouknight plantation during the' past year. They will return' to - - . their former ...home in Aiken to ~r- live afterthcir'son goes to Holly^ \ ( wood. wood. Mr. and Mrs/ Turner have " T a daughter,. Mrs. Griffin, who- makes her home elsewhere.:

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  1. Aiken Standard,
  2. 13 Feb 1946, Wed,
  3. Page 8

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